Tuesday, April 01, 2008

Books From Where? -- a poem about books/a library poem

BOOKS FROM WHERE?
by
Gregory K.

This book says the world is flat.
That book says a wolf’s a cat.
That book says a peach is bread.
This book says that green is red.
This book says we drink the air.
That book says a baseball’s square.
That book says the ocean’s dry.
This book says that boys don’t cry.

These books are great, don’t you agree?
I got them from the Liebrary.


I'm posting an original poem each day in April in celebration of National Poetry Month, and I thought this one had a nice April Fools kinda touch to it to get things started. Links to this and other poems here on GottaBook (and I post all year round because poetry is NOT just for April!) are collected over on the right of the blog under the headline "The Poems".

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6 comments:

jon said...

Like the Boomtown Rats once said, "don't believe what you read".

A good start -- looking forward to the next 29!

jon

Elaine Magliaro said...

Gregory,

Happy First Day of National Poetry Month! I'm looking to reading all your poetry postings in April--and that's no lie!

Anonymous said...

Now that's funny! Looking forward to the rest of the month....

:: Suzanne :: said...

love it

Anonymous said...

A poem a day...I applaud your resolve, Mr. P, and I look forward to reading what comes the rest of the month!

David LaRochelle

Rita said...

HA!

I shout with laughter!